ABOUT THE PROJECT: Haslin Constructions was contracted to construct a new substation and decommission the ageing facility, based on a safety recommendation report from Endeavour Energy. There are a number of aspects of the design...read more
A new roof will be installed over Ken Rosewall Arena and Show Court 1 at Sydney Olympic Park. This $50 million upgrade to the existing Tennis Centre aims to provide better facilities for both netball and tennis athletes and fans.
AW Edwards was awarded the contract, which will help to meet growing demands for both tennis in netball in Western Sydney. AW Edwards chose 1000 metres of our custom printed fence mesh to surround the Olympic Park site.
A temporary fence was necessary to secure the site, both for privacy and safety. And, with such an expansive run of fencing surrounding the stadium, this fence presented an ideal blank canvas on which to advertise the project.
AW Edwards required a custom printed fence mesh that was affordable and could be manufactured and delivered to site quickly. A local supplier who could provide custom printed fence mesh was needed.
AW Edwards ordered 20 rolls of custom printed fence mesh to surround the Ken Rosewall Arena and Show Court One (a full kilometre of fence mesh!).
The open weave fence fabric was printed with the joint logos of Tennis Australia, Sydney Olympic Park and AW Edwards. Fence Banner Mesh’s custom printing facility in Western Sydney has the capability to print as little as a few metres of fence mesh, up to kilometres and more as seen here.
For the fence fabric, our open weave custom printed fence mesh provided an excellent substrate on which to print high-fidelity logos. The mesh allows for 50% air breathability, ensuring the mesh does not act as a sail and catch the wind. Supplied with eyelets and cable ties, fence mesh is easy to fix to temporary fencing or cyclone fencing. It is ideal for sports events, construction, festivals and the building industry.
The ATP Cup debuts on the tennis calendar in January 2020, and the Tennis Centre upgrade is expected to be completed in late 2019 in time for this key event.
About the Project: Fence Banner Mesh provided developers Parkview with over 300 square metres of vinyl jumpform banners. Our customer Parkview are currently working on a residential building development which is located at 286 Sussex...read more